health beliefs

health beliefs

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal convictions that influence health behaviors. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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000 TABLE 3 Hierarchical Regression Model Examining Sociodemographic, Social Norms, and Health Beliefs Variables Model One Standardized t-value p-value Beta Gender .
51% of respondents are comfortable with their knowledge of the health beliefs of the cultural groups with which they work
Figure 2 displays the expected raw scores on an item of a Holistic Health Beliefs scale (ranging from 0 to 5) on the y-axis and the person parameter estimates (in logits) on the x-axis (Kersten et al 2011).
The purpose of this study was to examine health beliefs related to secondhand smoke and smoke-free policies among people in a college community.
South Asians have a long history in Canada (3) and they are from different countries, regions, and sects, and have different cultures, health beliefs, values, and norms.
Using such an approach with a variety of cultures will assist health care practitioners in determining appropriate diabetic management while incorporating attitudes, health beliefs and self-care practices (Lee, 2004).
Topics in this volume include diversity in the African American community and its implications for mental health, the impact of health beliefs on health and health care, experiences of educators and students in integrative diversity training, navigating diversity in leadership roles of higher education, and incorporating internationalism into diversity training.
Intention was positively associated with a number of sexual behaviors and health beliefs, including sexual experience; lifetime number of partners; STD history; perceptions of the likelihood and severity of infection; and perceptions of the vaccine's safety and effectiveness.
This paper focuses on the emotional well-being and health beliefs of Bangladeshi mothers during this period.
In addition, students participate in a discussion board examining their own health beliefs background (from their childhood and family).
They consider the influence of cultural health beliefs on the utilization of complementary therapies, their safety, regulatory issues, integration, and evidence for the benefits and risks of specific therapies applied to manage these chronic diseases (e.
Several sociodemographic and cultural variables were assessed as independent variables, including age, gender, marital status, living arrangement, education, self-rated English competency level, country of origin, length of residency in Canada, personal monthly income, self-rated financial adequacy, social support, Chinese cultural values, Chinese health beliefs, and ethnic identity.

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